To convert radians to degrees, multiply the radian value by 180/π.
What is a radian?
A radian is a unit of measurement for angles. It measures the size of an angle as the ratio of the length of the arc cut out by the angle on a circle, to the radius of the circle. One radian is approximately equal to 57.3 degrees.
Why do we convert Radians to degrees?
We convert radians to degrees for the sake of convenience and compatibility with commonly used angular measurements and coordinate systems.